1981 Pontiac Brougham Sedan, only 6,775 miles (yes! six thousand seven hundred miles, not 67,000 and not 106,700). No dents, no scratches, no rust ever. This car is like brand new. Always garaged, maintained and pampered. Only went to drug store and grocery stores then went into the nursing home. However the son exercised the Bonni from time to time. Original finish and original interior is like new. All power options work and factory air blows cold. All options even trunk release, electric defrost, passenger recliner, left 6-way power seat, tilt, cruise, desirable split front bench seat with arm rest. Wire hub cab, immaculate original trunk with original spare/jacks and jack instructions. Great MPG, peppy 305 V8 especially with 4-speed automatic. PS, PB, all manuals, build sheet and original warranty document and ready to show off. Great conversation piece. Gorgeous goldish light green colors. Vinyl top also like new. Better and cheaper than buying new because drive anywhere and let appreciate. $9,950 Bob 1-866-641-7427, WE OFFER OUR OWN NATIONWIDE SHIPPING AT A MUCH BETTER RATE! "WE MAKE IT EASY" View our entire inventory online: Classic442.com . Please Call for availability.
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